Screengrab of the Day: The ultimate Kim Jong-un Looking At Things thing: Kim Jong-un looking at his father’s body, put on display today at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang.
An 11-day mourning period is in effect, leading up to the official state funeral, set to take place on December 28th. Kim Jong-un was anointed the “Great Successor” by the ruling Workers’ Party, and is expected to assume leadership of the isolated totalitarian state.

[usatoday / aje / screengrab: @alex_ogle.]
See Also: Kim Jong-il No Longer Looking at Things.

Screengrab of the Day: The ultimate Kim Jong-un Looking At Things thing: Kim Jong-un looking at his father’s body, put on display today at the Kumsusan Memorial Palace in Pyongyang.

An 11-day mourning period is in effect, leading up to the official state funeral, set to take place on December 28th. Kim Jong-un was anointed the “Great Successor” by the ruling Workers’ Party, and is expected to assume leadership of the isolated totalitarian state.

[usatoday / aje / screengrab: @alex_ogle.]

See Also: Kim Jong-il No Longer Looking at Things.

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